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Socks for My Husband

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It's an addiction with no end in sight. I can't stop making socks. This pair uses twice the yarn (four skeins of Berocco Ultra Alpaca Light) of a conventional pair of socks, and would be great for boots. They're too thick to fit in shoes -- the ribbing actually creates a double layer. The free pattern is here. Thanks for looking!

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They look super comfy! Nice! :)

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They look so professional - I have socks on my list of things to do. I started them once, got frustrated so I put them down. Some day . . .

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Wow, I draw the line when it comes to making my DH socks. There is no way I can make them for him because it is always me who has to tell him to trim his nails.

 

I am glad for you that your husband can wear them. I bet they are warm too.

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You've done a really nice job of eliminating the bulkiness and non-stretchiness that sometimes results from crocheted socks. They look great! Thanks for sharing the pattern.

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Crochet socks are always so bulky, and impossible to wear with shoes. Your socks look thin and hard to tell they are not knitted. I like these and will make them.:hook:crocheting

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:heartThey look so warm and cozy !!! Thanks for sharing !!! :heart

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Very nice :socks I bet your husband loves them!

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